Hedges they give you great screening without taking up a lot of lateral space
and when they’re sharp and trim they look terrific and give the garden a strong
That’s the good news. The bad news is that most hedging plants grow pretty fast
over the summer and need trimming once a month or so. If all you’ve got to trim
them with is hand shears, you’ll soon wish you’d never thought of planting a
hedge. They’re too slow and hard on your hands as well.
Find out the best trimmers available in this months issue of Gardens & Outdoor
Living magazine, on sale now at newsagents and supermarkets.